Applied Business Law and Development
Starting year: 2014
Coordinator: Mario Engler Pinto Junior
Assistant researcher: Osny da Silva Filho
Business Law and Economic and Social Development
The purpose of this research line is the comprehension of the role of law as a set of rules and institutions that constrain the behavior of several actors and may facilitate or create obstacles to economic, political and social development from an integrated and multidisciplinary view of reality, with emphasis on business activity and practice in private, public and non-governmental (nonprofit) sectors.The research approach will focus on issues with applicative relevance in the professional environment related to contract Law, corporate Law, capital markets, competition Law, infrastructure Law, regulation, property Law, dispute resolution, and corporate and administrator liability. Related questions on legal careers and ethical dilemmas may also be addressed.